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Dublin: 13 °C Wednesday 21 August, 2019
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11 of the most Irish things to ever happen in the sunshine

We flourish in the sun. Once a year.

WHEN THE SUN is out, we are a country transformed.

We really show our creative side and our unique ability as a nation to adapt to any situation. And we have proof:

1. This makeshift pool made from bales of hay

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Genius.

2. When this shop closed for the day

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3. When a barbecue was needed, somebody delivered

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Tolerable weather calls for drastic BBQ actions.

4. This ad on a Dublin bus

How we feel after getting a week of sunshine in Ireland, only to be returned to our natural rainy summer Source: Imgur

5. When even these foals took advantage

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You know it’s a sunny day when all the adorable animals are laying out taking it all in.

6. This commitment to customer care

7. This audacious marketing ploy

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It’s true, we’ll give them that.

8. The inevitability of this… tan

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9. One perfectly realistic news headline

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10. That time a dog decided to close a shop so everyone could go to the beach

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Beach day was bound to win.

11. And finally… when even the clouds wanted to be Irish

And moving swiftly away from the sun straight after helps.

Ireland in the sun – we love you.

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